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Dikgang Moseneke. Picture: SUNDAY TIMES

Editorial: Moseneke, a giant of SA justice

Dikgang Moseneke retired from the constitutional court as the greatest chief justice South Africa never had

Brian Molefe. Picture: TREVOR SAMSON

So the Guptas don’t order Brian Molefe around. Is it because they don’t have to?

Eskom CEO Brian Molefe has made his relationship with the Gupta family a lot clearer, writes Peter Bruce

PPC CEO Darryll Castle. Picture: RUSSELL ROBERTS

Editorial: PPC should have spotted problems earlier

The day the cement maker shocked the market with an announcement of a planned rights issue, its share price dropped almost 30%

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Brian Molefe needs to show us the nuclear numbers

Peter Bruce doesn't see how the argument for or against nuclear power can be logically settled

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Investor’s Notebook: Overlaying factors can generate better returns

Everybody gets information from publicly traded companies at the same time, writes Stephen Cranston

Jacob Zuma. Picture: GCIS

Nothing Zuma has started as president is going to end well

Jacob Zuma is in it only for himself and his family and it has begun to show, writes Peter Bruce

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On My Mind: When is copy copied?

Contrary to popular opinion, the court ruling on Moneyweb's claim of plagiarism by Fin24 is actually a victory for journalism, writes Craig Opperman

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Market Watch: Verimark

Verimark can gain traction if the rand holds. But that's not all... there are dividends too, writes Marc Hasenfuss

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In Good Faith: D is for dismissal

Employers have a duty to protect anyone they deal with who is sexually harassed by an employee, writes Carmel Rickard

Pravin Gordhan. Picture: RUSSELL ROBERTS

If you believe Gordhan is off Zuma’s hook you’re kidding yourself

The fact is, Jacob Zuma needs a month or two, no more, with his hands on treasury to effect a lasting change of direction to his advantage, writes Peter Bruce

Leon Kirkinis. Picture: RUSSELL ROBERTS

Boardroom Tails: The risk of false comfort

African Bank's example provides food for thought on corporate governance. Ann Crotty asks if it is time to get rid of nonexecutive directors

President Jacob Zuma. Picture: THEMBINKOSI DWAYISA

Zuma’s Rubicon

Memories of P W Botha’s failure loom large

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FM Ferret May 26 2016

Plant beer in China 5,000 years ago, making mobiles from dead animals and a TV show 'kills' Tom Cruise

Letters

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Letter: We must help the youth

Business leaders should step up to the plate while SA still has a chance to salvage a critical component of the nation: youth

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Letter: Dump Zuma immediately

If President Jacob Zuma isn’t stopped in his tracks the ANC will lose all credibility as a party for the people

Editor's Note: The lights are flashing

Rob Rose asks if you can really call it paranoia when the person who calls the shots is that tenuously tethered to reality

Between the Chains: MTN echoes African Bank

People who don't learn from past mistakes are doomed to repeat them. Nhleko's dominance is not good for MTN, writes Sikonathi Mantshantsha

Food for Thought: Ah, for some consistency

If only Jacob Zuma could learn a few basic lessons from successful restaurants he wouldn't keep spoiling the broth for all of us, writes Justice Malala

Pattern Recognition: Claiming the home front

Google is trying to catch up with Amazon with a voice assistant in the latest round of home automation attempts, writes Toby Shapshak

Shop Talk: Brand equity linked to customer loyalty

In SA, there is a tendency to rely on the reputation of a branded product, writes Zeenat Moorad

Diamonds & Dogs: Santova; IHG

Santova continues to invest in technology to ensure that its client service and efficiency remain at the cutting edge and IHG dropped just shy of £1m in six months, writes Jamie Carr

Twentysomething: The cold, hard truth

You should check your credit report at least once every 12 months, and it’s free, writes Colleen Goko